Terrestrial Network Tracker, Q1 2014–Q3 2015

Evolving Landline and Mobile Terrestrial Networks to Drive Revenues by Bridging Connectivity Gaps in Underserved Areas

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Regions around the world have varyling levels of terrestrial communication coverage and service, resulting in varying degrees of connectivity for both populated and remote locations. Thus, globally, many users remain unserved or underserved by terrestrial technologies. This leads to distinct growth opportunities for satellite services which can bridge the gaps and reach the last mile for ubiquirtous connectivity. The following research provides quarterly, quantitative information regarding landline and mobile terrestrial networks. Data is provided regionally for Q1 2014 through Q3 2015.

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